Rocky Horror set Saturday at Studio Bob

PORT ANGELES — Studio Bob will present The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Saturday.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. for a 7 p.m. show at Studio Bob, 118½ E. Front St. in Port Angeles.

Advance tickets are available online via for $10, or $15 for those who want prop bags.

Refreshments will be available for purchase in the onsite Loom Bar.

A costume contest with prizes will be presented at intermission.

In addition to encouraging audience participation with costumes and props such as party hats, noisemakers, newspaper, toast, cards, confetti and toilet paper, there will be a traditional simultaneous live performance by a Shadow Cast of local theater and non-theater actors.

Studio Bob promises that Madison Casad will be stunning as Dr. Frank-N-Furter and veteran actor Edwin Joseph Anderson III will tower in the role of Rocky.

Richard Stephens is the Criminologist, Piper Seidel is Brad, Alicia Barevich is Janet, with Noah Smith as Riff-Raff, Tia Stephens as Magenta and Sevi Star as Columbia.

Fred Robinson is Eddie and Mark Valentine is Dr. Everett Scott.

The cast is rounded out with a group of Transylvanians ready to do the Time Warp and usher in the birth of Rocky including Laci Trussell as The Bride/Transylvanian, Dana Duffy as The Groom/Transylvanian, Chaz Stephens and Ben Shafer. Frank Barevich will be providing expert call backs at impressive volume.

For more information about the The Rocky Horror Picture Show, visit www.

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